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this morning on "today's take,"" corey feldman is back with a live performance you don't want to miss. then dr. oz turns back the clock on aging and helps you get a better night's sleep. renovate or not to the great real estate debate coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take," live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today." thursday morning. october 13th, 2016. "jive talkin'" and all kinds of things happening.
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carson and dylan hanging with me. al is recovering from his knee surgery. we'll check in and see how he is doing a little bit later. if you are following him on social media, it is like we're in the room with him. hoda was there yesterday. i talked to him this morning via text. he may have a really good update coming for us. >> he is up and walking already. >> he keeps in great shape. he rides his bike. that's what helps your recover. before surgery. >> he's got one more week. meanwhile, corey feldman. i just learned this morning. the most viewed video this year on >> just hands down. >> here is the performance. i was away for my birthday. i missed it. my phone blew up while i was in
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did you see this? it went viral, and not for all the right reasons. corey got a huge backlash, what was he doing. >> it was worse than that. >> it really got into this cyber bullying category. well, guess what? he's back. he's facing the music again, playing another song. we're going to talk to him about how he found the courage i guess to get backn haters. >> music has become a passion of his. he should be able to -- >> i liked the performance. i watched it a million times. there is a lot going on there. listen, music is an art. when someone gets out there on live tv and performs that art, that takes a lot of courage to do that. a lot of people at home don't do that. he is expressing himself
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taste. the vitriol that was spewed online. >> people just try to outdo each other with bullying. especially when we know -- you that uk to your kids, we talk to each other about the ramifications of that. but the better part of it, corey's comeback. he is performing "take a stand." that's the song. >> the angels back? >> the angels are women. >> i was here that day when he was on the show. i was excited. i don't know if i can call this a connection with first ultrasound appointment i was in the waiting room, my husband was with me. i just -- he was like have you seen this video? it was corey feldman's music video for "ascension." i didn't even know he was doing music. >> classic. >> i think we have the video.
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>> i had this song stuck in my head throughout the entire ultrasound appointment. it's just like one of those songs that gets stuck in my head. >> now the question will be, if you play it in the delivery room. >> my husband is in charge of making the play list for delivery. >> your husband's nickname is fish bowl -- >> we can arrange for corey to perform -- >> now it is getting very personal. i do like the name corey. someone is coming back soon because he is on the mend. mr. roker, there you are. >> looking fantastic! >> how you feeling? >> well, i feel pretty good. although it is funny, you take for granted walking.
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i did some stairs. now i'm beat. but, you know, it's really -- i did the left knee 15 years ago and the difference between that and this, there were some other complicaing factors. but the idea that i could be out, if not today, certainly tomorrow, is mind boggling to me. >> what is the comparison? how long was your recovery when you got your first one 15 years ago? >> well, like i said, it was fr some other mitigating circumstances. but i with a is in the hospital for about 11 days because of some complications. just the idea, this was -- this scar here all had like metal -- literally metal staples in it. so that was a lot of fun coming out. this knee, it's basically just glued. you can see where my doctor put
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>> scars are souvenirs you never lose. al, you've had both knees done. in two months from now, how will this change your quality of life? what will you be able to do that you haven't been able to do? >> i was limping a lot. i was becoming a little less active. it took me from biking. it was getting in the way of my quality of life. i think as this gets better and i rehab more, i'll be more active, i'll be able to walk around more. i won't look like walter brennan, for those of you old enough to remember walter brennan. "hey, around the north 40." go on indb. >> can you give a window to see the world?
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which is really nice. there's some of the crew. >> do you give those people in that room a personal weather report just to stay -- >> they actually -- they actually come with the room. >> i was going to ask, do they ever leave you alone? >> no, they're here all the time. no, no, it's been great. especially right around the time of bed pan change. >> and on that note, mr. roker, you may be leaving today. we love you. we're going to check in with you every single day, even when you >> that was the deal. >> warn deborah now. >> every single day until you're back here with us. we love you. have a good day. >> bye, uncle al. see you, buddy. the other hot topic this morning, proposals. "esquire" magazine, matthew mcconaughey is on the cover, now telling his details of how he proposed to his wife, camilla alves. she is often on our show
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he is say something he proposed on christmas day 2011. he says in front of the whole family, they're all gathered and his quote was "she didn't say yes right away." then the whole family was going like, is she going to say no? >> long pause. >> was it just a pregnant pause or -- >> it was long enough for the whole family to say, is she going to say. >> maybe she didn't understand the question? >> no. they had b she lived in texas. >> he got down on one knee with the ring is kind of the give-away. >> she said yes. >> eventually. >> i was on the front porch of my husband's parents' house and my entire family was secretly in the back for this whole big surprise party. so it is a good thing i said yes because everybody was there in the backyard. i said yes right away.
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on the jumbotron. like what if this person says no? >> you wait ten years. you pretty much are guaranteed a yes. >> on that good, goodnight. >> the children. moving in together. >> she can't go anywhere. dr. oz reveals the secrets to living to 100. but, feeling half your age. you don't want to be 100 and feel 100. up next, lady gaga, james need we say more? right af look at all these purchases you made with your airline credit card. hold only got double miles on stuff you bought from that airline? let me show you something better. the capital one venture card. with venture, you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase... not just...(dismissively) airline purchases. every purchase. everywhere. every day.
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we're back now with more of "today's take." a little gaga there. >> lady gaga. >> you're walking down the street. a car pulls up next to you. one lucky fan got a chance to
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>> oh, my god. i love you so much! >> i love you, too! . >> so they were taking the popular car pool karaoke segment. we don't know when it is going to air but we have this exclusive video now. >> they were really doing it in a car. >> they drive around l.a. you can see in the background freaking out. i wonder what song they were listening to. when is it going to come out? >> we don't know. i thought they were just pretending to drive. >> they're really driving. >> that makes it so much better. >> that will be a good one, too. there is a funny story. there was this guy who went to go buy beer and he didn't have his i.d. on him. that's an awful situation. you want beer, you can't buy it. what do you do? he happened to have his old blockbuster card on him. so he whips out -- i think i still have mine somewhere in a box. >> what did he do with that?
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card. that means i'm 21 so i'm old enough to buy beer. >> did they allow him to buy the beer? >> they did. >> if i didn't have an i.d., i would walk into liquor store playing rubik's cube. or something. i can't buy beer? then how do i have this? >> a pager. a brick cell phone. >> a teddy ruxpin. >> did you have a pager? >> yeah. >> what color was yours? >> it was black. >> i had a clear teal one. say to you, 411, they had something to tell with you? >> my friends would always write 80087355. >> i never knew this. i used my pager for contents. >> we did look it up. like there is a blockbuster twitter account but there are no more blockbusters. but if you google, it's like the loch ness monster.
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all of a sudden, they were gone. >> i guess i can't -- >> i found a vhs rewinder in my house once. one of those things you would just -- that just rewinds the tape? >> some looked like a car. >> bring back blockbuster. >> another video out there that we've been talking about this morning, a raccoon thief. an actual raccoon that apparently had some kind of criminal problem. a college student in kentucky named guy williams got more than he bargained for when he set his phone down in the grass. he was trying to film the raccoon and the raccoon wasn't having it. here it is. >> what's this? is this edible? >> raccoons will literally eat anything. >> it's delicious. he has the phone in his mouth or little paw thing. the guy's chasing him. >> i mean they'll eat anything. >> it also shows you how indestructible the new iphone is.
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eat it. >> i drop it and it crashes. he has it in his mouth running. >> he did eventually get his phone back. >> what's the weather today? >> we're watching hurricane nicole. at one point it was a category 4 hurricane, it did downgrade to a category 3 storm. this is a major hurricane approaching bermuda right now. very shortly. likely 125-mile-per-hour winds. look at the eye of that storm just heading right towards bermuda there. it should remain category 3 storm surge, possibly five to nine inches of rain through the day today. bermuda's kind of built for this. their building codes are really intense but we are seeing wind gusts of 85 miles per hour. it is going to be a pretty nasty couple of hours there with those hurricane conditions, likely through early this afternoon.
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align, press and unzip. ooh. good morning, dylan. how you feeling? did you sleep well? >> wide awake. >> did you wake up this morning feeling tired, wishing you could slip back under the covers? if so, you are not alone.
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than six hours of sleep a night. >> according to a recent survey by the dr. oz show. dr. oz is here to reveal secrets do getting the best sleep possible. >> hello, sir. how are you? >> you look well rested but we'll find out if that is true or not. >> you say this is an epidemic. >> i was shocked by that 42% number. imagine that many people, almost half the population, ghot sleeping six hours a night. women don't appreciate how important it is. it is the single most underappreciated problem that drives health problems in america. people can get high blood pressure from not sleeping enough, cancer, they gain weight. when you don't sleep, you crave carbs. seems so easy but it is not. >> you have a couple questions for us. >> we had a big survey that allows people to grade their sleep. it starts off with how much you sleep. here's four options.
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or six hours. >> i'm b. i sleepless than six. >> i'm c, and nine on weekends. i sleep a lot. >> before the baby? >> yeah. i'm getting all the sleep i can. >> here's the thing. you might think that more than nine is the best. that's not the case. the best answer is seven to eight hours. people that sleep more than nine hours have other issues going on that cause them to want to sleep that much or they're frying to balance out the fact that they're not time. women need seven, men seven and a half. men are needier. next question, how long does it take you to fall asleep. less than 10 minutes. 10 to 20 minutes. more than 20 minutes. >> i fall asleep fastfy have the tv on. i can't sleep without the tv on. >> i don't have a tv in my room. i wouldn't be able to turn it
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>> the answer is b. if you are sleeping so quickly, you don't remember it happening, you are probably too tired. just put your head on the pillow. if you're more than 20 minutes, usual you are thinking about things that happened during the day. the way you deal with those things that happen during the day is through sleep. 10 to 20 is the best. if you can. you have trackers? >> yes. >> i've never tracked my sleep. >> they even have apps now. i have one that i put next to my head and it patterns your breathing. >> get a tracker. don't care how you figure this out. but quizzes aren't as good as actually knowing. i tracked my sleep. >> what do you get? >> this is last night's sleep. october 12th. last night's sleep. >> this is an app? >> this is a device. there are many you can use. i partner with redman. i got -- first of all, out of
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i got seven hours and 3 minutes. rem sleep is how you process memories. >> dr. oz is going to come back. carson? >> yes. look at there. looks like halloween trick but it is not. little smoke and marbles.
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here we go. if we could turn back time, wouldn't it be so nice? unfortunately, we can't get younger, but we can look and feel younger by slowing down the clock. >> dr. oz back to reveal one of the biggest contributors to >> it is what is going on in your gut. we all know food is important. but why it is important is part of the challenge here. a lot of the inflammation people that have that could be joint pain, headaches, actually starts in their intestinal system. if the bacteria in your gut is waging a war against you, it's a problem. imagine these are the little bacteria in your gut. you have ten times more of these in cells in your body. if they are all the same, it's because you haven't been eating the right foods.
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chips, cookies, it creates inflammation. you'll start to see the fumes churning up. that inflammation as it percolates out there, the immune system says what's going on here? i'm going to attack everything i can. joints, you'll get the flu more often, i'll mess with your sleep. and it ages us. because we're not supposed to have continuous inflammation. >> how do you know what foods have this effect >> junk foods. >> all the junk foods. >> yeah. blow that away. instead of having one kind of bacteria, you want foods that give you lots of bacteria. foods that do that are a lot of leafy greens, onions -- >> really? >> yeah. even foods that prebiotics.
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>> dr. oz, can you have too much of this? for example, yogurt every morning, is that bad for you? >> these are all the foods you should be eating in order to feed the bacteria the right things so they'll grow the right way. onions, garlics, shallots. that whole class. a lot of artichokes, avocados, thfe your gut. sauerkraut is a combination of a prebiotic and a probiotic because it is fermented. we put all of these on to a daily checklist. if you want to deal with aging, you want to do something the same way every single day. the checklist is back here. we cover the probiotics and prebiotics. the herbs. other things on our checklist -- we put this all on the "today" website. >> can we eat yogurt every morning? will that cover it? >> yes.
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you want yogurt if you want that as your prebiotic. but other things as well. >> greek yogurt in the morning, then i go to chili's and have artichoke and cheese dip, that should be fine. >> no. this is the problem right here. >> have a nice kale salad! >> other things on your daily checklist, call a friend. >> no, carson! >> if you want to turn back time, keep track of time. both of you over here. this is a put it on the "today" show website. >> i actually do this workout but not in heels. >> the reason seven minutes is important, everyone has to admit that they have like -- is so organized they can at least do 30 seconds or a minute. if you can do 30 seconds or a minute, you can build up to seven minutes. let's take squats. carson, oh, my god.
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>> give me my phone! >> seven minutes is going right now. >> stay in the squat? >> no. keep going down and up, up and down, seven minutes a day. >> just these squats? >> no. multiple exercises. again, we put the video up. >> it is a great seven-minute workout. i did it and you actually feel it. >> keep going. >> dr. oz, you can see his show weekdays. keep the local listings. om rent? should you buy? should you renovate before you move in? we'll answer all your real estate questions right after
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finishings. >> sure. i just got married. my wedding i think airs tonight on bravo. it is very nerve-racking. like i'm going through it all over again. but a lot of married couples have that question of kind of do we go into something that's bigger or do we go into something that has beautiful finishes. >> are you going to watch? >> yes, yes. i just relived the whole thing all over again. >> congratulations. >> with one eye but size versus finishing. how do we pick? is there a compromise, like with marriage, for example. is there a compromise? >> i look at it, plastic surgery versus makeup. finishings or makeup. you can always change it. it is going to cost you money but you can always change it later if you don't like it. size, if you want to add an addition, buy the apartment next door, that is plastic surgery, that is a lot more money, a lot more work. there's rehab involved, there's down time and that's hard to
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always tell my clients go for the bigger space and you don't have to do the renovation at all once. a lot of people get nervous. they say we don't have the money. do the kitchen first. that's most important because you got to eat. do the floors first. then do everything else kind of piecemeal. bigger first, then take your time. renovation. >> bigger issues, when to buy. if you are renting and get caught in the comfort zone of every month just paying the feel like a grown ln up. you said right now in new york it is a decent time to buy. >> right now we are in a preelection time period, clearly. preelection is a great time to purchase because sellers are the most anxious because there is a lot of inventory on the market right now. if you look at it, where we are, interest rates are 3.6% for 30-year fixed. year over year we're about 3.8%. it is still relatively low. for what you can get for your
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payment, buying is always the better option. we are in the first discernible buyer's market that we've had since 2009. >> is that around the country? >> around the country. not just around new york. really in new york, but it is everywhere. if you are a buyer and you have a down payment, you have the power to negotiate, make offers. >> proximity versus community. >> that's one of the biggest ones that i have. you want to be either close to where you work or in a better neighborhood. do you want to be in a city or a su? i always like to split it down the middle. that's the compromise. you don't have to be all the way out where the commute is an hour, make a half-hour. compromise. >> for ryan's wedding finale, it airs tonight at 10:00, 9:00 central. dylan, does it feel like wedding weather? >> it does feel like wedding
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beautiful weather in the 50s and 60s. but tomorrow we're still going to be in the 50s and 60s. back through the northern plains. the big story will be out in the pacific northwest where we've got a series of storms that will produce several inches of rain and perhaps hurricane-force winds. saturday unseasonably mild through the middle of the country. still nice in the northeast. this cold front will trigger a couple of scattered showers and storms through the day on sunday, first through the
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tamron? >> dylan, thank you. up next, after his performance here last month blew up the internet, corey is back. he's come back to perform with the angels again. he has a brand-new song. we'll talk to corey about packed with flavor, one hero was on a mission to save snack time. watch babybel in the great snack rescue. you want a piece of me? good, i'm delicious. creamy, delicious, 100% natural cheese.
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became a household name in the '80s starring in classic films like "goonnys" and "stand by me." lately he's been in the headlines for his music career and a performance he did right here on "today" just a few weeks ago. corey and his band performed his latest single, "go for it," and the segment instantly went viral, being tweeted, shared and written about endlessly online. it's even become the year's most watched video. boom. take that. corey's back in our studio to sing another song for us from his new double cd, "angelic to the core." >> thank you for all the love and support. thank you. >> we were reading some of these tweets. they border on just awful. >> insanity? >> yes. but what people didn't know, you were hearing from a lot of people -- pink. >> yeah. pink. kesha. . miley cyrus.
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>> michael jackson's daughter reached out to you. >> yes. she was lovely. lovely young girl. >> when did you realize it was all noise and you needed to be true to you? >> a friend of mine who actually helped. he is an investor of mine. brian mcmullen. he was on the phone with me. i was all depressed, i was crying. he said think of it this way, when kids first started, when eminem first started, when nirvana first started, they all got hate. people were turning them off at radio stations, people were walking off the dance floors at understand. they all became amazing legends. that really turned it around for me. i'm like, you're right. a lot of people get hate in the beginning because we're doing something new. but it is all about innovation and being an arthist and we can't be afraid to share our art. >> you're not afraid to go at it again today? >> this song is for america. we are at a time when the world needs to focus on peace, love and tolerance. especially with all the bullying. this is about the government, this is about the race. this is about the united states.
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>> this is about peace. >> corey's comeback. go ahead, corey. ?? ?? ? staring out the window ? ? caught inside a dream ? ? ignorance is blissful even quite serene ? ? cause i choose to ignore sur suffering abroad doesn't mean it is not happening ? ? just means to turn it off ? ? if i can stop all the pain of the lives that are being lost ?
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winning at any cost ? ? we need peace right now ? ? world is dark from the clouds let the sunshine down ? ? just get up off the ground and take a stand ? ? right now ? ? take a stand ? ? right now ? ? take my hand ? ? right now ? ? and take a stand ? ? just get up off yeah ? ? ooh ?? ? touch and feel my tv ? ? listen to the radio ? ? don't like what it is i see but i cannot let it go ? ? watching all the lives we've lost ? ? wondering who's lie ?
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thank you so much. we want to let you know that corey wrote an exclusive essay for us addressing his critics. go to our website, you did it! you did your comeback! >> god bless you. >> we are back in a moment.
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today wed al is not here. >> but we have a great show here. ali sheady is going to be here, barry gibb. >> "ambush makeover"s on the plaza. >> good show, ladies.
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lets get a check of the weather.. black friday is making a comeback... with two area malls promising to stay closed this thanksgiving day. brookfield square and bayshore town center are shutting down for the holiday. southridge tells us it will open at 6:00 pm on will open at 6:00 pm on thanksgiving. it could be three to five years before a newly formed task force makes a permanent decision regarding the mitchell park domes. that's the message from a recently formed task force. the domes are still undergoing a temporary fix to prevent
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> oh, this is last week's. >> yeah. >> hey, everybody, welcome to thirsty thursday. that is "thunder in the rain" by kc brown. >> beautiful. >> such a great musician. oh, we're talking about ally sheedy. i thought we were talking about barry gibb. they're both great. >> from classic films like the breakfast club and saint elmo's
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barry gibb spent the decade jive talking with the bee gees. now he's back with a new album. he'll sing for us later. >> plus, two terrific women on the plaza. one who lost 55 pounds. the other who has a big event tonight with something to celebrate. >> oh, good. >> we're going to look at their befores and afters a little bit later on ambush makeovers. >> and we're going to start christmas shopping and be charitable at the same tim and she looks gorgeous today. >> she does. >> love that pink. >> so pretty. >> a big congrats to bob dylan. bob dylan got a big award this morning. the nobel prize in literature for having created new poetic expressions within the great american song tradition. this is given to him after a lifetime of writing, brilliant writer. he's the first american, by the way, to win since tony morrison won back in '93. when you win a nobel prize, you
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i mean, that's a surprise. >> that's money we'll never see. >> no, indeed. >> all righty. apparently, we're going to hear a new song from barry in just a little bit but he was on "the tonight show" with jimmy fallon last night. >> they did this sketch. if you like the electric company, you're going to like this. he called it silhouette singing with barry gibb celebrating words of fall, take a look. ? leaf pile jump into the leaf pile ? ? haunted hayride ? ? ha-ha-ha-ha haunted hayride haunted hayride ? ? pumpkin spice latte pumpkin spice latte yeah ? ? pumpkin spice latte
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? happy halloween ? >> so talented. >> by the way, first i was like, who's that with barry gibb. >> there's nothing jimmy can't do. >> i loved the electric company. memories. >> i missed -- what was i doing my entire life? >> you were working. >> i guess so. >> is your childhood home, the home you grew up, in still standing? >> it is still standing. not that old. it's not in the original form. the one i grew up in. >> so they added on? >> they did all the things my mother and father would have loved to have done but couldn't afford so it's lovely now. >> what town? >> in buoy, maryland. i don't think the one in annapolis maryland where we lived before is still there. >> we grew up in morgantown, west virginia. i remember dogwood avenue was our street. >> you remember the address and everything.
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one of their big anniversaries is just do it again and let her wear the dress she wished she'd worn. that would be fun. just create a whole new wedding picture too. >> that's a great one. >> remember the dress from "sex and the city," too? i loved that dress. >> i didn't like the hat. >> let's talk about unconventional bridal gowns. it was bridalas new york. some are interesting. this is one. it's a see-through. >> but it's pretty. >> wow, it's all the way see through, huh? i mean, like a body suit under. >> yeah. >> okay, this next one is a fringe look by nayim kaine. >> not crazy about that. >> how about wedding boots? >> joanne would do that. and she'd probably be sorry 20 years later. >> how about color?
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that's by mark zuneno. >> how about a paint -- >> oh, pant dress. bridal gown. >> this is another joanne, by the same guy, mark sunino. >> those are nice, really sweet. >> you had a traditional wedding dress, your first one, with the high collar, remember? >> oh, it was horrible. i looked like, you know, little house on the very sad. in fact, so sad, i don't want to think about it. i'd rather actually do i-hoda, that's how bad it was. when i would rather listen to that. >> i was waiting for bruno mars to come out with another song and he did. bruno mars. remember, uptown funk, he's got another one and it is out. it's called 24 carat magic.
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>> it's a good one, let's crank it. >> it starts off slow. ? i just want to take you higher ? you're like, what is this going to be? >> this is the part i like. >> get ready. ? let's set this party off right ? >> ready, are you ready? >> yes. >> enjoy this. ? up to the moon ? ? girls what ya'll trying to do ? later. >> i like this. it's very like old school funk. ready? ? sho time ? ? show time ? see, it's easy to learn. >> he spent a lot of time on the lyrics. >> bruno mars. check out the video. >> love him. >> another hit i would venture to guess.
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there's this adorable kid. he is 13 years old. he was just in "finding neverland." came up to my house to be david, the little giant. >> in the musical. >> there he is with david. ? out in the desert ? eventually with the music behind it. i just wanted to do a shout-out to him. we can move on. the music's on in >> talented kid. he's just what, 13? >> he's 13. carol lee carmelo is the one who told me to hire him. he's adorable. >> sweet kid. we can't wait till it's all done. >> you're going to be -- regis is playing jesse, the factor of david and all the brothers. he's come to the house tomorrow. >> he is? >> it's a star-studded affair. i got everybody cheap because they're my friends. >> if you're interested in any
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choose, yes, bruno mars, jus a reminder, i-hoda on apple music and sirius, i show a show there. >> okay, for the complete rule, go to klg & >> hi, ally. >> ally sheedy is going to tell us all about it. >> plus, two busy mom put their feet up for a few hours pampering.
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she was the hollywood it girl of the '80s who belonged to the famous cool kid club of actors known as the brat pack. >> she's ally sheedy. starring in of course the hit "the breakfast club" where misfits in detention. then she and her friends faced life after college. it was the 1983 hit movie "war games" with matthew broderick that first got ally recognized for her big screen appeal. >> now in her new dark indy comedy "little sister" ally plays a mom who's a little bit mother earth and a little bit manic depressive. take a look.
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to you. that's the way it is, isn't it? you know what? that's life. i am a disappointment to you. and you are a disappointment to me. i just wish you would grow up a little and get over it already. >> i'm scared. get over it already. get over it already. that's w get over it. >> this is a remake of "rebecca of sunny brooks farm." i've been waiting for that. >> oh, dear. >> yes. >> you can see why you'd be attracted to the role. >> fun to play, right? >> so much fun, so much fun. i loved it. she's -- this woman is all over the place. it's beautifully written script and i loved it. >> did you say yes right away? >> yes, i said yes, yes, i read it and thought, oh, please, can
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if ally sheedy will say yes to this? >> it's actually a mixed bag. sometimes stuff comes in and sometimes they'll be something and i've got to really go out and try to get it. >> got to fight for it. like the old days. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> tell us about the the two kids in this film. >> what? >> tell us about your two kids in this film. >> all right. okay. i have -- this mom, joanie, has a son and a daughter. keith paulston plays the so daughter has become a nun. and her son an iraq war hero who's been burned, you know, beyond recognition and she's just so disappointed in how these kids turned out. >> even the war hero? a nun? >> hugely disappointed. i have to deal with these kids for the rest of my life. couldn't they have done
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>> it's so crazy. >> so it's a comedy too, it's a dark comedy. >> it's a dark comedy, yeah. >> you're also -- we were talking before the break, you're doing some teaching, too, right? >> i'm doing some teaching. i work with kids here in new york at la guardia high school. i work with the faculty there developing a film class. i teach there at least three times a week but usually more. and i also am teaching a class at >> wow. >> that surprised me. people must love to be in your class. are they like, oh, my god, we're in ally sheedy's class? >> the first week, then after the first week, oh, god, why is she pushing me, why are we doing -- it wears off really quickly, yeah. >> did you study acting as a child? because sometimes people are just young and they're cast in something and then they just learn by doing. what was it for you? >> it was mixed.
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their bfa program. i was working so much that i did not stay in school. and then later i found a teacher that i loved named harold guskin here in new york and i started studying with him for months and years one on one, in class. >> the hard part is finding a teacher that is so right because there's a lot of people out there doing it. >> it's the hard part. teaching is something -- i love my work but teaching just sort of opened up at this th i didn't know i would love it so much. >> it's fantastic. >> yes. >> it's so fun to see you. it really is. >> thank you so much for joining us. >> i feel like i've known you since you were born. i sort of had. the film opens in new york and on all digital platforms tomorrow and expands to theaters throughout the country. >> bobbie pretty in pink. after this. i had that dream again -- that i was on the icelandic game show. and everyone knows me for discounts, like safe driver and paperless billing. but nobody knows the box behind the discounts.
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october is breast cancer awareness month so today we've bobbie's buzz. here with some wonderful gifts that donate 100% of their proceeds to breast cancer research is "today" style editor bobbie thomas. >> i think it's really important if you're going to support the cause. a really unique find. these are really smart cheeky products for women undergoing breast cancer treatments.
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items. sort of like you can take away my hair but you can't take away my lipstick. >> tissue pack says, some days are good and some day also you need a whole tissue. sweet. >> this really great find, it goes to rethink breast cancer. weight watchers has this fantastic journal called live life inspired. that's is up a great gift for yourself. to think about you are such a great fan of being grateful and writing that down every day you journal. do key to the cure. christian louboutin created the t-shirt this year. you can pick up a really fun stylist t-shirt for yourself while supporting the cause. >> great. >> and then next up we have precious pieces, jewelry. stella & dot is a fantastic company. >> they do a lot every year. >> they have some really precious rose gold pieces that are limited edition, so it's great because they're special. and this is a unique find, keep
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your own bracelet with the trinkets you slide on and they have some really fun designs. i think, hoda, you would love these. >> yeah, i love those. >> there's great pink stones and there's really something for everyone. i love this. again, 100% goes back. and next we have, you know, estee lauder's known for what they've done. they've given over $35 million back to the cause over the years. and what i like when i'm looking for something is you can also have a keepsake. n collection with the eye shadows, the blush and the lipstick, but this fantastic case that you get to keep and look, for your purse, so great. to keep any, you know, medicine, pills, what not. even at the drugstore, you can find eos, you know, this is just a great body lotion and berry blossom and it goes to sloan-kettering cancer center.
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sephora, it's a brand-new brand, kicking off rose perfume and body lotion and this goes to the breast cancer research foundation. they have delicious candles and other stuff. such a great brand. >> that's fantastic. >> you know where i like to spray it? my hair. you know why, it stays. that's what they say, put it in your hair. walk into a smoky bar and you smell like smoke, spray it in your hair and it stays. >> they still have smoky stop distracting my point. >> kathie. >> sorry, i'm surprised. it smells wonderful. >> can i spray it in your hair? >> yes, go right ahead. everything in the world in that hair. >> having friends over this weekend, appetizer and dessert that will put all those fall fruit and veggies to good [burke] at farmers, we've seen almost everything, so we know how to cover almost anything.
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it's a beautiful thirsty thursday here in the big apple. and we found two women on our plaza who are just as beautiful hoping to get picked for ambush makeovers. >> for the past three hours, they've been getting a brand-new head to toe look "today" contributors from the licari cutler salon, louis licari, la, la, la. glamour goddess, like that. >> superlatives. >> what was it like outside? >> it was very nice. plenty of crowd. weather is a little bit more mild. it was perfect. >> all right, awesome. >> our first lovely lady is angela deyoung, 47 years old from memphis tennessee. angela is a development director
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mom. she has a tough time these past few years with her daughter alisa who's been battling cancer but today alisa is here, she's doing great, and they have a benefit tonight for st. jude hospital which is where her daughter was treated. let's take a listen to her story. >> you've been through so much with alisa and you're so pretty with that red hair. thank goodness you're okay. but i know how much you deserve this. >> thank you so much, it's very exciting. it's been a tough journey. but thankfully the st. jude children's research hospital, my today. this is very exciting because i think it means a lot to our family. >> aw. are you ready to have the best day with mom? >> yes! >> so exciting. she's here with heraughter alisa. raise your hand, alisa. >> hi, sweetie. >> her mom barbara, her sister michelle and her two nieces lexi and abby. keep you bndlds on, don't take it off yet. here's angela before. all right, angela, let's see the
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whoa. what? >> hold on. >> all right, kids, are you ready? take off your blindfolds! >> oh, my gosh! >> you look gorgeous. >> you're going to freak out. are you ready? spin around and look in that mirror right behind you. >> oh, my god! oh, my gosh. >> you can go to her, honey. >> i think someone wants to you a squeeze. >> wow. >> how great is that? louis, tel uat >> the first thing is t great haircu r hair was long and, again, it becomes so long, it doesn't do that much for you. what itdid,d r wch is key. it's like a facelift in a half an hour.
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like, the color of her -- >> matching hair. >> yes. >> how sweet is that? whato you guys think? >> cool. >> cool. >> jill, that outfit's cool, that's for sure. >> i listened to alisa. she said make her look cool sother lea jacket from talbots. and a pop of color with talbots leather shoes and a statement necklace. >> that's what you're wearing to the event, right? >> yes. >> a big round of applause. ange, come over h yo family. our second lady is courtney stanley. she's 30 years old. she's from phoenix, arizona, and she's a busy mom of two. she has a part-time job teaching hip-hop dance to young children. she's in the city enjoying a getaway with her mom. courtney has just lost 55 pounds and they're celebrating with an ambush makeover. let's hear their story. >> 55 pounds. >> yes. >> she lost 55 pounds. reason to celebrate.
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makeover, huh? >> yes, i'm so, so, so excited. >> you must be so proud of your daughter. 'm sro of he she's worked so hard gng to the gym every day. she's a wonderful wife, mother and daughter. and shedeserves this. yes, so excited. >> oh, i love it. she is here with her mom kyle. let's take one last look at courtney before. and bring the new courtney out right now. oh, wow. >> wow. >> love. >> wonderful! >> all righty. you guys -- oh, ready to look? yo look gorgeous! >> you really, really do. you ready to see? >> oh, my god. >> i can't believe this. >> i don't even recognize myself. >> that is awesome. >> so adorable. >> awesome.
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>> will you do me now? >> i'll do you next. the problem here, she has the most beautiful natural blonde hair color but they painted it and it became so solid on the bottom and her hair looked darker on top. highlighted the top to add contrast. i even gave her a few streaks. arson gave her the haircut. god bless arson. and the makeup to keep it soft, natural. less it more.
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go to any grocery store or farmers market and you will see all the best fruits and veggies of the season. >> this would be a good time to help you make the most of fall's harvest with a couple of delicious recipes from marcela valladolid. she's in town to participate in and cooking channel's new york city wine and food festival. that's this weekend. >> yes, on saturday, i'm at the skyline and we're having a harvest festival from noon to 3:00 and it's going to be superfun. a bunch of beautiful foods from the season. >> first we're going to make this pumpkin thing. >> yes, we are, we're making this, a fondue, so i hollowed out this pumpkin. the reason i like to do it in
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actually eat the vehicle, which is kind of awesome. mozzarella or any white melting cheese. you've got a little bit of parm, salt and pepper, chili, oil. >> looks easy. >> pumpkin. you can use any small pumpkin, even an acorn squash. then you want to oil it. i like to do this thing where i prebake it because there's nothing more fun than actually then being able to cut into the pumpkin. >> sounds good. just salt and olive oil? >> roast at 400 for a good 45 to 50 minutes until it's nice and soft. >> you just plop it? >> you don't want to cover it because then it gets really moist. so then you've got the really traditional mexican dish. but i like to add a little more flavor with the parm. dried basil, dried oregano, a
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of pepper. and then you just mix those up. and throw it all in the pumpkin. >> just like that. >> just like that. you want to keep it super simple. this is just great for entertaining, a last-minute thing. if you have time to bake the pumpkin. all you're doing is melting cheese. it needs 10, 15 minutes. bake it. this is your beautiful presentation. >> make sure that cheese isn't going to burn your mouth. >> exactly. little bit of fresh cilantro and some chili oil. i like to put them in the spice grinder, like a dried chipotle, spice grinder, a little on top, it's beautiful. >> should we make some dessert? >> i like to keep it easy with the dessert. i don't like to go too crazy. super cool because they're great
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so it's a traditional dough. i've got eggs, butter, flour, water, which i just mixed up to make a dough. you get the full recipe on your website. >> or you can just buy that. >> you can buy, i will not judge. the apple, peeled and sliced. i've got fujis. >> combination of them. >> granny smith. >> i like the thin slices. >> and you've got brown sugar, a little bit of flour for thickness and some seasoning for flavoring. you mix that all up. >> smoosh that on there. >> half the dough goes in a pan that's been greased and the other half you use for the decor. >> look how cute. >> so that's it, you just layer it? >> layer it and top it with the leaves. you want to make sure you give the apples room to breathe so not too close to each other. >> it looks look a bunch of leaves have fallen on it.
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delicious, love it. >> hoda loves it, she's going for seconds. >> thank you very much. >> great to see you. have fun this weekend. >> thank you. >> for the recipes, go to "today."com/food. >> how deep is your love for bary gibb? >> singing one of his brand-new songs for us right ? ?you don't own me? ?don't try to change me in any way? ?don't tell me what to do? ?just let me be myself? ?that's all i ask of you? the new 2017 corolla with toyota safety sense standard. ?you don't own me? toyota. let's go places. you've had this snack. but have you ever had a snack within a snack within a snack? three levels of snack time at the same time. reese's snack mix is pretzels, nuts,
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song off the album called "grand illusion." ?? ? around the world a million times ? ? be the here theo ? ? be the hero ? ? we don't follow ? ? what we need is a little bit of piece of mind ? ? here in the valley of the blind ? ? where the one-eyed man is king ? ? when it comes down to ?
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? make it count ? ? when it comes down to ? ? all the power and the glory ? ? all the way you go ? ? we'll take it far ? ? we'll take it on ? ? may turn the sorrow ? ? watch the grand ? you may lose your mind ? ? turn the sorrow ? ? standing with you ? ? stranger now then ? ? the grand illusion ? ? the grand illusion ?
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? by the heavens ? all we need is a little bit of piece of mind ? ? here in the valley of the blind the one eyed man is king ? ? when it comes down to it and the star you follow may be gone ? ? when it comes down to it all the power and the glory ? ? all the fury i'll take it far i'll take it far ? ? may turn your sorrow down ? ? the grand illusion you may lose your mind ?
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and the grand illusion ? ? the grand illusion ? ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> barry gibb! new album "grand illusion" is out now. >> first, this is "today" on nbc.
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feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. this is wisconsin. and this. and this. and this. full of good people who work hard. why let washington take our jobs and send them off to china and mexico? my opponent backs bad trade deals that export jobs, and billion dollar tax loopholes for big corporations. i'm going to close those loopholes and help small businesses r the folks who work hard... for the middle class raisg a family...
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it's time for okay not okay. we were asked whether it's okay to ink a partner's name on your body. >> celebrities like johnny depp,
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at itus with their significant other's names. wead's say about it. you won't care probably. >> yes, but make sure it's not permanent ink. >> smart. i say if you don't mind the cost and pain of removal if it doesn't work out, then i say go for it. >> you're so smart, hodie. >> so are you. >> sometimes. >> mm. >> all righty. >> okay then. anyhoo. >> tomorrow, lilliana will have your home looking fabulous for fall with her lux for less trends. >> plus, southern rock band -- love them, kings of leon. >> from the hit show "madam secretary" actress petina miller. >> have an awesome thursday, everybody. >> you know what tomorrow is? it's try day friday. so make it a good one. >> okay, nice talking to you. >> enjoy your thirsty thursday in the process.
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next on live at noon-- cars under attack. the staggering number of vehicles vandalized in one area of milwaukee this week... ...and what police promise to do about the problem. then - reviving black friday. the two malls announcing they'll be closed for thanksgiving this year... why the changed... and shopping center still planning to open up on the holiday. and lots of sunshine... but not much warmth. how low our temperatures dip tonight...and when we'll see 60's again in the storm team forecast. i'm vince at noon is
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now at noon -- ins... police are beefing up patrols on the city's south side after 40 cars were vandalized earlier this week. police say surveillance video is helping them solve the case. a group of 4 guys are seen shattering car windows at the bayview terrace condo complex. 10 cars were hit at that complex -- but 40 cars were vandalized in the area early tuesday morning.since then-- 2 other areas have been hit. three cars were ransacked near barclay and oregon and one car was damaged at martin


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